Carey Clouse is an Assistant Professor in Architecture and Landscape Architecture. She holds a post-professional degree (SMArchS) in Architecture and Urbanism from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BArch from the University of Oregon.
Clouse is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship and the Rose Architectural Fellowship. Clouse teaches courses that address the overlap between social justice, environmental stewardship, and urbanism. In an effort to bolster interdisciplinary research and learning at UMass, she teaches in both the architecture department and the landscape architecture regional planning department (LARP), and cross-lists many of her classes. In addition to teaching, she is co-partner of Crookedworks, an architecture-design-build firm.
Clouse currently serves on the board of the Western Massachusetts AIA, the Hitchcock Center for the Environment, and the Yestermorrow Design Build School.
- Farming Cuba: Urban Agriculture from the Ground Up. New York: Princeton Architecture Press, 2014
- “Learning from artificial glaciers in the Himalaya: design for climate change through low-tech infrastructural devices.” Journal of Landscape Architecture, 9:3, 2014. 6-19
- “Reimagining the Commons: city gardens and urban greenspace in Havana, Cuba.” Jamini: International Arts Quarterly. Dhaka: ICE Media Ltd. 2014. 7-13
- “Cuba’s Urban Farming Revolution: How to Create Self-sufficient Cities.” Architectural Review. 03.17.2014
- “Post-Crisis: Embracing Public Service Architecture with Humility.” Journal of Architectural Education. 67:2. 2013. 186-194. With Zachary Lamb
- “Design|Build and Community Advocacy: Teaching to Broaden the Design Profession.” ii: the International Journal of Interior Architecture and Spatial Design. Spring 2013, vol.1. 96-101. With Zachary Lamb